LinuxNews.com: openCOLA Ready to Pop
Oct 16, 2000, 20:55 (0 Talkback[s])
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"With the promise of fresh financial infusion, new projects
forthcoming and its very own sugar-water due for October release,
openCOLA is charged up for its next projects and powered by an open
source, heavily caffeinated buzz...."
"openCOLA's army of brainiacs are recruited by the company to
push its distributed "clerver," or client-server, into the
frontiers of cyberspace. "openCOLA is a distributed computing
platform that will completely revolutionize the way people interact
with the Internet," he asserts. "That might read like marketing
bumf, but I am absolutely convinced of it."
"Brown draws parallels between the way the company operates and
the patterns of openCOLA growth. "There's something really unique
about openCOLA, the company. We're building a distributed
environment, and our workspace is distributed as well," he says.
"We span six time zones, from California to Zurich, and we're
likely to start recruiting Israeli programmers too :-)." openCOLA
has expanded more then just its developer base--the Toronto-based
company now has a second home in San Francisco. openCOLA "will
staff up aggressively there over the current quarter," Brown